The Muslim Legal Network (NSW) in association with the Australian Muslim Civil Rights Advocacy Network held a free community launch event of the expanded 4th edition of ‘Anti-terrorism laws: ASIO, the police and you with new sections on citizenship, passports and traveling overseas ‘ on Saturday 28 October 2017 at Abu Hanifa Institute in Lidcombe, Sydney.
The publication is a plain English community resource that explains anti-terrorism laws and raises community awareness of civil rights with the hope that in so doing, individuals may better understand and abide by their obligations under the law.
The expert panelists included two Barristers and a Senior Lecturer from the University of Sydney who answered and discussed topics including stripping citizenship, dealing with police and travelling overseas.
Each panelist provided their invaluable insights and explanations of rights and responsibilities that every Australian holds.
Founded in 2009, Muslim Legal Network (NSW) is one of the peak professional associations representing Australian Muslim legal practitioners.
Copies of the Publication were available and distributed at the event and will soon be available on their website.